School Does Not Guarantee Success

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Previously, the translation of success was not from a measure of wealth or position that was successfully achieved, but success was being able to live independently, being able to be yourself, not to burden even to the detriment of others. Successful people are people whose existence is full of independence.

Many people succeed without going to school, which means not taking formal education. But many successful people also go through formal school. Perhaps more people have failed miserably precisely because they did not have the opportunity to receive formal education.

Studying in school does not guarantee a person’s success in determining the size of being able to work, have self-esteem and so on. Going to a top, exclusive, high-paying school does not mean anything if the individual does not have a good ethos of learning. Or go to school just to look for status, looking for a diploma. Entering … Read more

3 Ways to Make Learning History Fun

Learning history can be fun. It’s all in the way you present the subject. Kids and adults can be inspired by stories from history if they’re told in unique and interesting ways. Check out these 3 ways you can infuse some fun into your history lessons.

Act It Out

Where’s there history, there’s drama. That’s what makes history such a good basis for theatre. With the recent success of historical musicals on Broadway, a theatre-based educational history program could be a big hit with kids and adults alike. On the other hand, you can have students write a short play based on historical events. Either way, theatre is a great way to have students engage with history.

Use Audio Visual Aids

Technology can be your best friend if you find the best ways to integrate audio visual aids into your lessons. Documentaries and historical fiction can provide students with an … Read more